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Nomad Anglers - Okemos

$20 for an Introduction to Fly-Fishing or Fly-Tying Class at Nomad Anglers ($60 Value)

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  • Expires Jun 30th, 2014.
  • Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Reservation required. Class dates are available on a first come, first served basis.
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Commonly Asked Questions

Q:

Can you provide some basic details of both classes? Thanks

David B.  asked on  Nov 27, 2012

A:

Details regarding Classes, PLEASE READ. Casting Class Summary: All participants are to meet at the either the Grand Rapids or Okemos Location on their scheduled day. (All materials and equipment will be provided for the class.) Upon arrival participants will be broken into groups spending approximately 2 Hours working in-store on learning the basics of Fly Fishing and featuring the Knowledge and Fundamentals to make any angler successful. This section will feature such skills at knots, proper gear and selection, how/where to fish, and stream entomology. The second portion of the class will feature hands on casting instruction where participants will learn the basic fundamental casts and techniques to present a fly and catch fish. Per weather and availability, the casting portion will be held either at our on-site casting lawn or a local casting pond TBD (NO in-Water Wading will be done during the class). We look forward to seeing you in the class. Fly Tying Class: All participants are to meet at the either the Grand Rapids or Okemos Location on their scheduled day. Class participants will be given an approximately 5 Hour instruction on the basic fly tying. The class will include all the materials and equipment required to tie flies featured during the class. The class will provide all the basic steps to enable students to tie their very only flies for fishing purposes. While the class easy enough for all, some tying is done with small materials and up close. Those requiring additional reading/magnifying glasses for vision viewing close work or small objects, please bring these glasses along with you as they will not be provided. We look forward to seeing you in the class.

Brian B.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 27, 2012

More Questions and Answers

Q:

Can you provide some basic details of both classes? Thanks

David B.  asked on  Nov 27, 2012

A:

Details regarding Classes, PLEASE READ. Casting Class Summary: All participants are to meet at the either the Grand Rapids or Okemos Location on their scheduled day. (All materials and equipment will be provided for the class.) Upon arrival participants will be broken into groups spending approximately 2 Hours working in-store on learning the basics of Fly Fishing and featuring the Knowledge and Fundamentals to make any angler successful. This section will feature such skills at knots, proper gear and selection, how/where to fish, and stream entomology. The second portion of the class will feature hands on casting instruction where participants will learn the basic fundamental casts and techniques to present a fly and catch fish. Per weather and availability, the casting portion will be held either at our on-site casting lawn or a local casting pond TBD (NO in-Water Wading will be done during the class). We look forward to seeing you in the class. Fly Tying Class: All participants are to meet at the either the Grand Rapids or Okemos Location on their scheduled day. Class participants will be given an approximately 5 Hour instruction on the basic fly tying. The class will include all the materials and equipment required to tie flies featured during the class. The class will provide all the basic steps to enable students to tie their very only flies for fishing purposes. While the class easy enough for all, some tying is done with small materials and up close. Those requiring additional reading/magnifying glasses for vision viewing close work or small objects, please bring these glasses along with you as they will not be provided. We look forward to seeing you in the class.

Brian B.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 27, 2012

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